Governors State University recently selected Thompson Coburn Associate Kayla Siam for induction into the College of Business Alumni Hall of Achievement. This prestigious recognition highlights Kayla's achievements and her contributions to her profession, alma mater and community. Her total commitment to excellence has been recognized by other alumni, students, faculty, and community partners, making her one of the five College of Business Alumni selected for this honor.
Kayla is a trusted advisor for clients seeking guidance on strategic transactions and corporate compliance with federal, state, and regional laws. Her prowess spans all areas of corporate law, including M&A, new business establishment, joint ventures, commercial contracts, and corporate governance. Kayla is also an active member of Thompson Coburn's African American Affinity Group and serves as a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council for Governors State University, and a 1L mentor for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Kayla will be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Achievement during Governors State University's Business Week 2023 event on Thursday, April 27. This event will be attended by a mix of alumni, students, faculty, staff and business partners, providing an excellent opportunity for networking and celebrating Kayla's achievement.
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